Jun. 27, 2012—Panel released its final report, "Toward Sustainability: The Roles and Limits of Certification," in June 2012.
Jun. 27, 2012—Eagan is a partner with Lightfoot Franklin & White in Birmingham.
Jun. 27, 2012—Duncan will serve as the NCBA's president in 2013-14.
Jun. 27, 2012—Shinall earned her J.D. and Ph.D. in law and economics at Vanderbilt.
Jun. 20, 2012—Rose received the 2012 Susan D. Quarles AILA Service Excellence Award.
Jun. 14, 2012—Students are serving externships in federal and state agencies, courts and attorney's offices and with advocacy organizations.
Jun. 14, 2012—Students are working in federal and state agencies, judicial and attorneys' offices, in corporate law offices, and for legal advocacy organizations.
Jun. 13, 2012—Sharfstein honored for his groundbreaking book, The Invisible Line: Three American Families and the Secret Journey from Black to White
Jun. 7, 2012—Brodsky is one of the key prosecutors leading a four-year insider-trading investigation.
Jun. 5, 2012—23 members of the class of 2012 and 8 recent graduates secure clerkships in federal appellate and district and state courts
May. 29, 2012—This issue contains severn articles.
May. 17, 2012—Dalglish will join the University of Maryland August 1.
May. 16, 2012—Haley to receive Order of the Rising Sun in recognition of his outstanding contributions to friendship between Japan and the U.S.
May. 12, 2012—Karen Usselman Lindell receives the 2012 Founders Medal.
May. 1, 2012—Rose will be awarded up to two Fulbright grants over the next five years to teach comparative immigration law at educational institutions abroad.
Apr. 24, 2012—Seymore also honored with UTs Accomplished Alumnus Award
Apr. 20, 2012—Fadarey will serve 10-week summer fellowship working at the International Brotherhood of Teamsters in Washington, D.C.
Apr. 20, 2012—Airharts paper, “After AEP: The Climate Change Tort and the Social Cost of Carbon,” wins prestigious TBA writing competition.
Apr. 16, 2012—Annual awards recognize excellent teaching in three 1L courses, one upper-level course and one seminar.
Apr. 10, 2012—Haw, an expert on antitrust law and the intersection of science and the law, offers two suggestions on how to address this issue.
Apr. 3, 2012—OConnor is a leading scholar in the field of conflict of laws.
Apr. 3, 2012—Bressman is a renowned scholar of administrative law and statutory interpretation who currently serves as the law schools associate dean for academic affairs.
Apr. 3, 2012—Kaufman founded and formerly headed Kirkland & Ellis's debt financing group and taught transactional law at Vanderbilt.